From farm to fork, few things matter more than the food we eat. We all want the freedom and opportunity to choose what ends up on our plate- but when a handful of companies control most of the brands you see at the grocery store- what choices are really left? On this edition of Making Contact, Wenonah Hauter, executive director of Food and Water Watch and one of the nation s leading healthy food advocates, says it’s time to turn the tables on big agribusiness.

Featured speakers/guests:

Wenonah Hauter, Food & Water Watch Executive Director and author of Foodopoly.

Credits:

Host/Producer: George Lavender
Producers: Nancy Lopez, Andrew Stelzer
Contributing Producer: Jen Chien
Executive Director: Lisa Rudman
Web Editor: Kwan Booth
Organizational Volunteers: Dan Turner and Barbara Barnett

ON Making Contact | February 13, 2014 | 12:30 pm

Foodopoly

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From farm to fork, few things matter more than the food we eat. We all want the freedom and opportunity to choose what ends up on our plate- but when a handful of companies control most of the brands you see at the grocery store- what choices are really left? On this edition of Making Contact, Wenonah Hauter, executive director of Food and Water Watch and one of the nation s leading healthy food advocates, says it’s time to turn the tables on big agribusiness.

Featured speakers/guests:

Wenonah Hauter, Food & Water Watch Executive Director and author of Foodopoly.

Credits:

Host/Producer: George Lavender
Producers: Nancy Lopez, Andrew Stelzer
Contributing Producer: Jen Chien
Executive Director: Lisa Rudman
Web Editor: Kwan Booth
Organizational Volunteers: Dan Turner and Barbara Barnett

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